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america! >>> tonight on "rock center," why is the u.s. under attack in places that america helped to >>> hoy en rock center. liberate? as the violence spreads in the middle east, richard engel what has covered the arab spring is live in die yo and the family of christopher stevens speaks for the first time about the widely respected diplomat killed in the attack in libya. >> he was a great person to be with. he was funny and inspirational on many levels. >>> also tonight we check in on the low road during this decision 2012. >> never worked addae in her life. >>ed to koppel takes us inside the industry where they spend every moment of every day watching and listening for the next comment that could blow sky high. >> you have people sitting there with headsets. zo >> gaffe seekers. the whole campaign is about gaffes. >> he's the most googled person on earth. perhaps fitting because justin bieber came to us via the web. tonight his goals for adult life. >> i just don't want to be another teen heartthrob. >> a famous musician and heartthrob turns 18. >> i feel like they're judging me
>>> tonight on "rock center with brian williams," they pledged their lives to the u.s. military. >> i gave the marine corps everything. >> but were betrayed by comrades and commanders. natalie morales reports on the epidemic of sexual assault in the ranks. >> how many of you were raped while you were servi your country? how many of your assailants served prison time for your rape? >>> also, it's a provocative new approach to education called grit, meant to give kids just that. >> it's really about how do you get kids actually to not only experience failure but recognize that those hard moments are the keys to future success. >> i would say i don't trust anyone who hasn't failed. >> right, right. >>> and kate snow reports on a man who learned his quirks were much more than just odd behavior. >> i would silently freak out. >> and turn to a very unlikely teacher for help. >> i have been in therapy now for 16 years. >> you have literally studied howard stern? >> yeah. >>> plus one big secret of jon stewart's success on "the daily show." >>> and how the fifty shades novels have saved
of antietam was 150 17th, 1862. it remains the bloodiest single day in u.s. military history. two days after the battle was we went along this time, joining him and thousand of re-enactors who gathered at the antietam battlefield outside sharpsville, maryland. >> that way. that way. that way. >> lincoln need to look right at me and hold absolutely still. >> as you can see this camera looks different than the digital camera you are familiar with. one, 1,000,000. two, 1,000. >> my name is richard barns, i am a photographer, photographing battlefield. in wet plate photography. the difficulty photographers faced during the war, they would have been dead if they had been on the field. their exposures were very long. 12 seconds. got to hold still for 12 second. when i say now. the important thing to remember about antietam, is 23,000 dead, wounded, or missing. confirmed 8,000 dead. never before on american soil have you had this many people killed at one time. i have discovered the people re-enacting the battles are extremely committed. >> shall we quote mr. lincoln "a nation with little regard fo
. it remains the bloodiest single day in u.s. military history. two days after the battle was over, photographer alexander gardner captured the first photos that americans had ever seen of their war dead. and people were appalled by what they saw. to mark this anniversary, another photographer, richard barnes went back to the battlefield and used a similar camera. we went along this time, joining him and thousand of re-enactors who gathered at the antietam battlefield outside sharpsville, maryland. >> that way. that way. that way. >> lincoln need to look right at me and hold absolutely still. >> as you can see this camera looks different than the digital camera you are familiar with. one, 1,000,000. >> my name is richard barns, i am a photographer, photographing battlefield. the difficulty foe y photograph faced during the war, they would have been dead if they had been on the field. their exposures were very long. 12 second. got to hold still for 12 second. when i say now. the important thing to remember about antietam, is 23,000 dead, wounded, or missing. confirmed 8,000 dead. ne
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